Once a year, the Great Falls in Paterson are turned off in order for volunteers to collect trash and debris that collects at the bottom of the waterfall.
When heavy rains occur, excess water combines with waste and flows into our waterways.
David Pringle, Campaign Manager for Clean Water Action, says that political will is needed from legislators in order to move towards a green economy. The state scored a failing grade on environmental ...
Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station is working to to re-discover and re-release the Jersey tomato.
The Hands on Preservation Experience (HOPE Crew) is an initiative launched by the National Trust for Historic Preservation in partnership with the Corps Network to restore the porch on historic ...
An application by South Jersey Gas for a pipeline in the Pinelands will be put to a vote.
Volunteer Team Conducts Water Rescue Drills, Practice to Reach Distressed Swimmers Within Two Minutes
The A.N.S.W.E.R. team -- Area Network of Shore Water Emergency Responders -- in Neptune Township are a group of rescue swimmers that answer to emergency situations during the off-season and off-duty ...
Environmentalists raise concerns at the first public Energy Master Plan hearing.
Experts say getting rid of standing water and limiting exposure to mosquitoes is the best way to prevent West Nile.
Commercial fishermen pulled in more than $87 million worth of sea scallops in New Jersey in 2014, up more than $20 million from 2013.
Arrow Acres Farm in Wall Township has many alpacas. The owners use their fleece to make yarn.
EPA Clean Air Regional Dir.: Clean Power Plan Provides States with Flexibility While Reducing Emissions
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Clean Air and Sustainability Division NJ Director John Filippelli talks about how New Jersey can improve under the Clean Power Plan.
Gov. Christie says NJ has sent a letter to the EPA opposing the Clean Power Plan.
The New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station is improving a tomato variety thought to be lost to history.
A recent survey of several beaches found more E. coli bacteria in the sand.